Abdelaziz "Zizo" Alsharawy

I am a postdoctoral research associate in the School of Public and International Affairs at Princeton University. I earned my PhD in Economics from Virginia Tech in August of 2021, with a research focus in behavioral and experimental economics. My research engages behavioral economics with public policy and health economics.

Using behavioral experiments, quantitative modeling, and neuroeconomic methods, I investigate the underpinnings of perception, preferences, and decision-making in emotionally charged contexts across three lines of research spanning risky, intertemporal, and social choices. I use a wide range of techniques including online, lab and field experiments, eye-tracking, psychometrics, and psychophysiological methods. 

I grew up in Cairo, Egypt before moving to study in Manchester, New Hampshire. In 2016, I received a Bachelor of Arts in Economics and Finance from Saint Anselm College.